From its humble beginnings in 2008, SulaFest has come a long way to become one of the most awaited music festivals every year that has been selling out for the past four years. Each year, it grows bigger and better. The 11th edition of SulaFest has already been announced and here's what you can look forward to at SulaFest 2018.
SulaFest will be taking place over a span of two days from February 3 to February 4 in 2018 at the Sula Vineyards in Nashik. In the previous years, SulaFest has hosted a whole lot of artists, both well-known and some lesser-known gems from across the world. Artists like Young the Giant, Infected Mushroom, and Bloc Party have already performed at SulaFest.
This time, over a 100 international and national artists will be performing, the music will consist of more than 25 genres, and artists will come from 23 nations. The headliners this year are Parov Stelar, Crystal Fighters, Gypsy Hill, and Bauchklang. Parov Stelar is Austria's most famous musician whose music is a blend of electro, jazz, house, and breakbeat. The music of Bauchklang, a beatboxing group from Austria, has a unique mixture of human beatboxing, mouth-percussions, and vocal sounds. Crystal Fighters are an English electro-folk band whose songs have been featured on Gossip Girl, The Croods, and FIFA 14. The band Gypsy Hill hails from London and their music consists of an eclectic mix of Balkan brass, Mediterranean surf rock, ska, and swing. More names are yet to be announced, but it's sure to be a fascinating line-up.
But SulaFest isn't just about the music – it's about the unbeatable experience that you can't get at any other music festival. The open-air festival is set in one of the most beautiful places you'll ever see, even without the decorations for the fest.
Food lovers will have over 30 gourmet food and beverage options to choose from. As always, there is sure to be SulaBazaar where shopaholics can shop their heart out. Other popular activities are grape stomping and the guided wine tours, which give you a closer look at the wine-making process of Sula.
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